A path feasible for everyone, even those who do not go out every weekend, but still spectacular: walking in the eastern part of the Cinque Terre National Park you will discover the so-called “Tramonti“. Close, but at the same time separated from the most popular destinations of the territory, these rough and lonely paths touch the Cinque Terre marginally, but they maintain the naturalistic and cultural aspects and passages overlooking the sea, so as to be often the object of the most beautiful photos of Liguria, spread on social networks for their vertiginous beauty.
Together with an expert environmental guide who will illustrate all the naturalistic peculiarities of the route, Tramonti will unveil some key sites of La Spezia area.
Places that the most true local people should know: the Menhir del Diavolo with its history of nightly maenads and dances, the beautiful Napoleonic fountain of Nozzano, the vertiginous Scala Grande with a view of the beautiful Monesteroli, the cork forest, the turquoise beach of Nacchè, the rock of the Montonaio and above all the daring vineyards suspended on the sea that produce the delicious nectar of the gods.
And the sunset will find us among the vineyards and the scattered cellars of Fossola, to taste the Ligurian specialties prepared for us by the Piccoloblù di Campiglia and the amber wine of the Cinque Terre.
During the banquet Mario Cidale, the authentic winemaker of Tramonti will tell the stories of generations of farmers who have created this incredible landscape with their work. At dinner, the video I Sassi di Tramonti will be screened in the background.
After dinner, the possibility of concluding the ring by walking up the stairs to S. Antonio, thus reaching the “Telegraph” (about 50 minutes with 250 meters in altitude), or return to their cars accompanied by a special shuttle * (additional cost € 10.00 booking is required).